Final Reminders

Final Reminders

Classes are just a week away! As you all begin your journeys to the Square, a few important reminders…

Classes: Summer Session I begins on Monday May 23rd. Summer Session II classes officially begin Tuesday, July 5. Most University offices will be closed on Monday, May 30 and Monday, July 4th in observance of Memorial Day and Independence Day, and there will be no classes these days. Classes are offered at various points all throughout the summer, so be sure to check your schedule one last time to properly plan your arrival!

International Student Check In: All visiting international students must check in with the Office of Global Services. Dates and locations of the check-ins offered throughout the summer are available online. RSVP here.

Online Orientation and Handbook: The Online Orientation and Summer in NYC Handbook are both available on the visiting students website. Please read through this information carefully.

Books: New and used books are available at the NYU Bookstore (726 Broadway). You can search for textbooks online at http://bookstores.nyu.edu. Make sure to check NYU Classes in your NYU home for course information.

Any questions? Please feel free to contact us at up.advising@nyu.edu.

We’ll see you soon!

NYU Bookstore and Textbook Info

Bookstore

If you can believe it, Session I of Summer in NYC starts in just six weeks! Although we know it’s a busy time of year, don’t forget to start preparing for classes! One way to do this is to purchase your textbooks.

The NYU Bookstore website allows you to search for your textbooks by either entering your student information or your course information. New and used books are available through the bookstore, and many students also choose to purchase books through Amazon.com or Barnes & Noble. The bookstore’s website features a brand new price comparison feature, which ensures that you get your textbooks at the best price possible!

If your search comes up empty, don’t fear! Some professors do not post their textbooks on the website, and will instead distribute a book list or syllabus on the first day of class. If you’re eager to learn more about your class before the start of the summer and there’s no syllabus posted online, feel free to email the course instructor to request a copy. This will help you make sure it’s the right course for you, and allow you to start prepping ahead of time!

Stop by the bookstore to pick up your books, check out the computer store (which offers discounted student prices on technology), and maybe even pick up some gifts. Check back this Thursday for information on academic resources available to you as an NYU student this summer!